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Jed

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Wah.. very dramatic... very nice!!

But whenever I am presented with shots like that, I dare not take my camera out to snap.. :( cos I scared later "kanna" from the child's parents or something....

Any tips? :D
 

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Yeah, be the parent! :bsmilie: :bsmilie:
 

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Hi Streetshooter, care to share your Photoshop techniques on how to create this bluish monochrome picture?

Here are the steps I use with Photoshop but I think they are too tedious:

1. Create a duplicate
2. Convert to greyscale
3. Select and copy the greyscale picture into the duplicate
4. Select the duplicate, and adjust the level by increasing the blue channel.
 

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Originally posted by rty
Hi Streetshooter, care to share your Photoshop techniques on how to create this bluish monochrome picture?

Here are the steps I use with Photoshop but I think they are too tedious:

1. Create a duplicate
2. Convert to greyscale
3. Select and copy the greyscale picture into the duplicate
4. Select the duplicate, and adjust the level by increasing the blue channel.
Record it into an action.

Regards
CK
 

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1. Convert to grayscale.
2. Adjust levels (Ctrl-L) until contrast is to your liking.
3. Select Image > Mode > RGB Color
4. Select Image > Adjust > Hue/Saturation (Ctrl-U)
5. Tick "Colorize"
6. Adjust Hue and Saturation to your liking.
7. I usually don't touch the Lightness slider

Originally posted by rty
Hi Streetshooter, care to share your Photoshop techniques on how to create this bluish monochrome picture?

Here are the steps I use with Photoshop but I think they are too tedious:

1. Create a duplicate
2. Convert to greyscale
3. Select and copy the greyscale picture into the duplicate
4. Select the duplicate, and adjust the level by increasing the blue channel.
 

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Streetshooter & Ckiang,

You are both brilliant!

Thanks!
 

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